The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  12th November 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  12th November 2021

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  1. Cajole (verb)

Meaning: persuade (someone) to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery. (मीठी बातों से मिला लेना)

Synonyms: persuade, wheedle, coax

Antonyms: bugged, nagged, pestered

Sentence: He hoped to cajole her into selling the house.

  1. Apropos (adj.)

Meaning: very appropriate to a particular situation. (उचित)

Synonyms: appropriate, pertinent, relevant

Antonyms: inapposite, irrelevant, pointless

Sentence: The composer’s reference to child’s play is apropos.

  1. Arraignment (noun)

Meaning: the action of arraigning someone in court. (आक्षेप)

Synonyms: indictment, accusation, denunciation

Antonyms: guiltlessness, innocence

Sentence: They are scheduled for arraignment October 5th.

  1. Salubrious (adj.)

Meaning: health-giving; healthy. (स्वास्थ्यप्रद)

Synonyms: healthy, beneficial

Antonyms: insalubrious, noxious, unhealthful

Sentence: He doesn’t live in a very salubrious part of town.

  1. Impiety (noun)

Meaning: lack of piety or reverence, especially for a god. (नास्तिकता)

Synonyms: godlessness, ungodliness, unholiness

Antonyms: adoration, glorification, worship

Sentence: He blamed the fall of the city on the impiety of the people.

  1. Revel (verb)

Meaning: enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way, especially with drinking and dancing. (आनंद लेना)

Synonyms: celebrate, make merry, have a party

Sentence: They spent the evening reveling with their guests.

  1. Denouement (noun)

Meaning: the final part of a play, movie, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved. (उपसंहार)

Synonyms: final act, climax, epilogue

Antonyms: beginning, start

Sentence: The film’s denouement was unsatisfying and ambiguous.

  1. Clamor (noun)

Meaning: a loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting vehemently. (कोलाहल)

Synonyms: babel, uproar, loud noise

Antonyms: quiet, silence, calm

Sentence: There was a clamor of voices outside the office.

  1. Scorch (verb)

Meaning: burn the surface of (something) with flame or heat. (जलाकर राख कर देना)

Synonyms: burn, sear, singe

Antonyms: hydrate, wash, dampen

Sentence: Surrounding houses were scorched by heat from the blast.

  1. Erudite (adj.)

Meaning: having or showing great knowledge or learning. (वैज्ञानिक)

Synonyms: learned, scholarly, well educated

Antonyms: illiterate, uneducated, unlearned

Sentence: He could turn any conversation into an erudite discussion.

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